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  • Amf Advantage League Maintenance Question

    When I start a league for the new year...I set that league number, I go to Reset current league for new season. I foolow this method on all leagues. So why can I easily put the bowlers in the bowlers section of league definition ,team number and sometimes it tells me that they are on another team? So, to set that league up I have to individually have to move each bowler to their new team number. Am I doing something wrong? Is there an easier way?


  • #2
    That is the only way I have found to do it......a lot of times I just move the bowlers to the sub list that I know are going to change and then move them from sub list to the appropriate team......saves getting the "on another team" message. It is kind of a PITA.


    • #3
      That's how I always did it as well ^
      All I want in life is to turn wrenches and climb around pinsetters/pinspotters again :/


      • #4
        You would think there would be an easier way. That is what I will do and see what happens. Thank


        • #5
          deb needs to chime in on this.
          I've had enough of hope & chains.


          • #6
            I have not found another way. I keep all the team numbers the same from year to year so all I have to do is add/drop a bowler. I have been team 15 for 14 years now.


            • #7
              I also do the same with team numbers as well as their starting lane assignment for the 1st week of league.....saves a little bit of work. The only thing you have to watch out for is if your sub-list gets full then you may have to delete somebody that does not bowl that much.


              • #8
                This is how I do it, I make a copy of the previous years last Recap, I do this on plain paper thru the printer. I then make a note on the paper as to who is moving to which team, usually you have complete teams but sometimes individuals move to different teams,an example would be team 1 moves and becomes team 8 (1-8) or bowler number 3034 moves from team8 to team 1. Then all you do is a little computer work by moving bowlers pretty simple and saves from moving from one team to your subteam and then back.kinda saves a step.Then go back and double check each team,you may have a drifter to move around but this is the simplest way I have found.Now if we could just update to become award acknowledgeable.


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